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Performance and Interactive Media Arts

Brooklyn College offers two graduate programs in Performance and Interactive Media Arts, also known as "PIMA" or "Interactive Arts."

The M.F.A. in Performance and Interactive Media Arts is a two-year, full-time program in collaborative creation of live performance works.

The Advanced Certificate in Performance and Interactive Media Arts is a three-semester, part-time program with a similar curriculum.

The Gulbenkian Program on Creativity and Artistic Creation of the [1]

faculty

Full Time

Adjunct

  • Chloë Bass
  • Andrew Kircher
  • Doris Mirescu
  • Caden Manson (of Big Art Group)
  • Tea Alagic

Former Faculty

  • Martin Spinelli
  • Elizabeth Sklar
  • Amnon Wolman
  • Jared Mezzocchi

Student Projects

  • My Apple Genius
  • The Drawing in Performance Project
  • Rough Guide to the Grotesque
  • UnprotectedText
  • why i breathe
  • Boardroom B & B

Thesis Projects Spring 2013

  • A WAY A LONE A LAST A LOVED A LONG THE

by Briggan Krauss, Will Orzo, and Lígia Teixeira

  • MY HEART IS A TRAVELER

by Daniel Munkus, Tinuade Oyelowo, and Sophia Remolde

  • OUR SONGS ARE STREWN IN THIS JEWEL HOUSE, BEACHED ON THE TIDAL WOUND

by Ellery Royston and Erik Zambrano

  • THE INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOGEOGRAPHIC ADVENTURE:EXPERIMENT #17 (DUMBO)

by Andrew Goldberg, Liza Wade Green, Radek Konopka, and Emily Rea

References

  • "Performance and Interactive Media Arts" http://pima-mfa.info. Accessed March 14, 2013.
  • "A Micronation for Artistic Expression in Sunset Park" http://onlytheblogknowsbrooklyn.com/2010/12/03/dec-12-a-micronation-for-artistic-expression-in-sunset-park/. December 3, 2010. Accessed March 14, 2013.
  • Donovan, Deidre. "Euripides Rocks" http://www.brooklynpaper.com/stories/31/11/31_11_euripides_rocks.html. March 15, 2008. Accessed March 14, 2013.
  • "Graduate Student Co-directs Macbeth With Industry Heavyweights" http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/web/news/bcnews/bcnews_120705.php. July 5, 2012. Accessed March 14, 2013.
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